Honduras was a Spanish colony until 1821. After surviving decades of military rule and a devastating hurricane, the country is rebuilding and the economy is expected to rebound.
Mining is a source of economy for Honduras. All mining operations, however, are owned by foreign corporations. Electricity distribution facilities in the country are also largely privately owned, thus power supply is uneven. The country’s energy industry may need to be reformed in order for it to be more stable, and the government is working towards addressing this. In fact, there are plans to build two large dams to provide hydroelectric power to support Honduras’ renewable energy sources.
Areas or industries that require temporary power plants:
- Hydropower Industry
- Mining Industry
Efforts to rebuild after the hurricane and to support new economic initiatives have opened up Honduras to the possibility of using interim power plants to support existing power grids. Altaaqa Global can deliver the latest 20 MW to 100 MW temporary power plants to supply the necessary electricity as fast as the country needs it. The generators are packaged with available cost-efficient power solutions to further heighten its benefits to customers in Honduras.
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